Join the Oconee County Mountain Bike Team
Registration begins April 1 and closes September 1. The official season starts on July 1 and our first practice is July 5.
ready to join OCMTB? Here's How to REgister
Joining the Oconee County Mountain Bike Team and Georgia Cycling can be done in three simple steps. If you have questions prior to registering, no problem, just contact us and we’ll be happy to help.
Parents, please fill out our rider information form for each child who will be joining or returning to our team. If you have questions prior to filling out the form, please contact us.
Our Membership Coordinator will contact you and provide you with a registration passcode. You’ll use this passcode to register on CCN, Georgia Cycling Association’s registration portal.
On the CCN portal:
- Select Register a New Rider if are you are new to the team.
- Select Register a Returning Rider if you rode with us last season.
- Search for “Oconee” to bring up our two teams. Choose the team your child will be riding for: Oconee High or Oconee Composite.
- Enter the passcode our Membership Coordinator sent you. Didn’t receive a passcode? Contact us.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Registration begins April 1 and ends September 1. Riders are encouraged to register prior to July 1, which is when the official season begins. Riders can register for the race series up until September 1.
The season officially starts on July 1st. This is when our team can begin practices. Our team typically begins holding orientation sessions for new and existing riders in May. Parents and new riders will have plenty of time to learn about the team and register prior to season's official start.
The Georgia Cycling Association Program is $175 per student-athlete. This covers all practices with OCMTB. To help cover costs our team incurs, such as reserving Heritage Park for practices, we have a team fee of $50. Participation in the Georgia Cycling Race Series presented by Northside Hospital is an additional fee.
No. The Georgia Cycling Race Series presented by Northside Hospital has an additional cost. You can read more about the series here.
Yes! Parents can fill out Georgia Cycling's One-Time Waiver and bring it to a practice. A student-athlete cannot try out a practice with the team without this waiver.
Yes! The Georgia Cycling Association offers a needs-based Financial Assistance program that can help offset the cost of registering for the Georgia Cycling program. Learn more about the Financial Assistance program here.
During the season, we practice at Oconee County's Heritage Park on Tuesday and Thursdays from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. As the season moves into the fall months and we lose daylight, practices will begin and finish earlier. Parents and riders will be notified of time changes well in advance.